Case Note CofJ EC 28 March 2000, C-7/98, ECR 2000, p. I-1395 (Krombach v. Bamberski)

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Aukje A.H. Van Hoek

University of Amsterdam Institute for Private Law

Date Written: 2001

Abstract

This paper focusses on the case Krombach v. Bamberski. The case raises interesting questions on the effectiveness of the current European system of recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in protecting the rights of defendants. The author discusses the background, the preliminary questions, the reasoning of the court and the operative part of the judgment, followed by numerous comments.

Keywords: Krombach v. Bamberski, court of justice

Suggested Citation

Van Hoek, Aukje A.H., Case Note CofJ EC 28 March 2000, C-7/98, ECR 2000, p. I-1395 (Krombach v. Bamberski) (2001). Common Market Law Review, Vol. 38, 1011-1027, August 2001, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2533941

Aukje A.H. Van Hoek (Contact Author)

University of Amsterdam Institute for Private Law ( email )

Amsterdam, 1000 BA
Netherlands

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